Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Zara Stoneley - Guest Author

Please welcome Zara Stoneley to my blog today with her new book Love is a Four Letter Word, an erotic romance published by HarperImpulse.

Sometimes being bad can be too good to miss...

Take one rich girl who has a thing for the bad boys.

Take one tough guy who wants fun and freedom.

Mix generously with a land dispute and a whole lotta lust…. And what have you got?

Sometimes being bad can be just too good to miss

Thanks Lily,

When I was younger I was the school swot, I just loved work, and I didn’t have a boyfriend until I was seventeen. But boy did I lust over those bad boys. I still have a soft spot for them now, it’s fun to be naughty. A guy who can be a bit unconventional, likes to push the boundaries, who isn’t afraid to say and do what he thinks can be as much of a turn on (or more) than the man who has the authority of a rich man. And if he has the swagger, the sexy twinkle in his eyes, tousled hair, slight shadow of stubble on his chin then I’m going to be watching him.

And that’s what Jake is all about, and his appeal for Georgie is that he’s his own man, he’s never had to live up to expectations like she has, never had to fit the mould. He’s the perfect man for a girl who doesn’t want to be tied down. The perfect guy for a rich girl who just wants to live it up.

But you never really know what someone else has lived through do you, until you get close? And you never quite know how you’ll react when you meet your match outside of the bedroom as well as between the sheets. Or, in this case, on the back of a motorbike…


“Rub yourself.” His voice cracked, harsh and demanding and she reached a hand between them, circled a clit that was already swollen, slipped one finger inside herself, rubbing against his hardness. His thighs trembled under her, wound taut, holding the bike steady. And the pressure as he pulled her down was all she needed and as the first ripples spread, she watched the grimace of control on his face, reached out for him as he lifted her then pulled her back down hard against him, pressed her mouth against his, desperate to taste him as her body shook with need. She was close, so close. “Come for me, Georgie.” It was a gruff command and a plea, wrapped in one. A kind of lust and want reaching out to her and it tipped her over that edge, urgent spasms rippling out through her body as his heat filled her.

She was still trembling, legs turned to something closer to blancmange than jelly when he eased his grip on her hips, rocked the bike. She yelped, grabbed at his shoulders and he laughed. A deep down belly laugh that didn’t help her regain control one bit. “Good job the neighbours haven’t got back yet.”

She ran her tongue over her parched lips. “Darling Daddy would not be pleased.”
“And, how about his darling daughter?”
“His darling daughter is very pleased thank you.”

He smiled, the first real smile she’d seen on his face that day. “You’re impossible.” Then he gently lifted her off him and stood her back at the side of the bike, shaking his head as he looked her up and down. “Totally impossible.” He zipped up, pulled his helmet on. And kicked the bike into action.

“There isn’t anything going on between me and Sly.” With the roar of the bike she didn’t think he’d heard her, but she needed to say it. He slowly swept the motorbike in a large circle, total control, gave a final shake of his head then headed towards the gate.

Georgie glanced down. What was happening to her? She liked designer clothes and high heels and she was stood semi clothed on the driveway, one boot on and one boot off with sopping knickers. She looked back up and he was still at the bottom of the drive, and she knew he was staring, even though his helmet visor shaded his eyes.

She smiled, and then she laughed. She couldn’t help it. And she was still laughing as he revved the bike up, spinning gravel and kicking out fumes as he did a wheelie out of the gates.




Author Zara Stoneley has been writing stories for just about as long as she’s been reading them. She sold her first erotic novel to Xcite Books in 2012, and since then has had her hot romances accepted by several publishers, including HarperCollins. Her stories have featured on romance and erotic bestseller lists in the US and UK.

Zara divides her time between a country cottage in the UK and a Barcelona apartment, and loves her family, sexy high heels, sunshine, good food and wine, coffee, cats, horses, dogs, music, writing and reading - but not necessarily in that order! She likes her heroes just how she likes her coffee – hot, strong and moreish.

You can find more about Zara at www.zarastoneley.com. Please stop by – she loves to meet new people!

Twitter - @zarastoneley

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